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Mosley is planning to sue Google for distributing private pictures of him. Max Mosley planning to sue Google Police ads warning users to leave the page will replace standard advertising. Police using anti-piracy ads on illegal sites All iOS and Android users globally will have to download Messenger to continue chatting. The end of messaging within main Facebook app Make your own product and get it shipped to your door. Amazon announces 3D printing store The move comes as part of the Mayor of London's long-term infrastructure investment plan. 5G mobile internet set for London by 2020 A surge in revenue isn't enough to prevent overall losses for the retail giant. Amazon reports quartertly loss of $126m Social networking magnate to give evidence against Paul Ceglia in court. Facebook CEO to testify at forgery trial Mobile advertising now contributes the most towards Facebook's revenue. Facebook announces $2.91bn in revenue The new feature acts as a bookmark for links, places, movies, TV and music on Facebook. Facebook adds read-it-later feature ISPs and organisations to work together to deter pirates. UK Government to email illegal file sharers Google Fiber is currently available in certain US cities only, delivering speeds of 1000mb. Google not planning UK internet service Plug-in extender can boost router range, and is a total boon for those with bigger houses. Belkin mini Wi-Fi range extender: Hands-on Subscription service grants users access to library of ebooks and audio books. Amazon launches 'Spotify for ebooks' News Feed adverts to include a 'Buy' button that lets users make a purchase. Facebook testing new e-commerce feature New Maps lets you see all of London from above. Google renders London in 3D for Maps update The service should be up and running by the end of July. Three adding free Wi-Fi on the Tube Vending machine will assess user's likes and dislikes by monitoring Facebook. Cadbury tests Facebook vending machine Japan-only service will set up a tribute page for the user and delete their data. Yahoo launches digital afterlife service Google allows users to go by whatever name they like on its social network. Google+ permits the use of pseudonyms The Twitter account uses public tweets and Instagram photos to find the best place. Looking for nearby pub? Tweet Heineken Problems started as early as Friday (July 11) and continued for the rest of the weekend. BT apologises for days of email downtime The most social World Cup in history, all previous records broken. A billion fans joined FIFA's digital World Cup A law in France banning free delivery for books online went into effect on July 8. Amazon snubs French free book delivery ban Network Rail will fit the majority of the bill through a record-breaking fine. £90m fund to improve Wi-Fi on trains Around 80,000 eBay sellers tipped to use Click & Collect by the end of 2014. eBay, Argos expand Click & Collect scheme Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg apologises for upsetting users. Facebook deputy apologises for mood study UK regulator investigating whether the firm broke data protection laws. Facebook investigated over mood study Social network apologises for carrying out mood experiments back in 2012. Facebook sorry for secret mood experiments The outage occurred yesterday (June 28) and has now been resolved. BT apologises for broadband downtime Users in Britain can now select between 70 different gender options. Facebook expands gender options in UK Web giant is accused of "destroying the industry" with its latest demands. Amazon accused of bullying UK publishers Europeans can now ask Google to remove certain results with their name included. Google begins removing search results The service allows companies to quickly edit and share clips online. Twitter acquires TV service SnappyTV Animated GIFs are now supported on Twitter's web and mobile services. How to upload animated GIFs to Twitter You can now share and view animated GIFs directly on Android, iPhone and Twitter.com. GIFs can be shared, viewed on Twitter Web giant's latest internet-carrying balloons are given LTE capabilities. Google's Project Loon still going strong Nearly half of all tweets sent out during last week's expo mentioned Nintendo. Nintendo dominates Twitter during E3 2014 Hackers claim to have breached 600k customer records in France and Belgium. Domino's Pizza held to ransom by hackers Business network found guilty of violating users' external email accounts. LinkedIn in legal row over 'spamming' Internet giant reportedly launches its own health and fitness service. Google Fit health app for I/O reveal?